- During the Sri Lanka competition in Sri Lanka, there was a lot of uproar on Sunday.
- The crown worn by Pushpika De Silva, the winner in this beauty queen contest, was snatched away.
- The current Mrs World Caroline jury snatched her crown from Pushpika D’Silva at the stage itself
During the Mrs Sri Lanka competition in Sri Lanka, there was a lot of uproar on Sunday. The crown worn on the head of the winner, Pushpika D’Silva, in this beauty queen competition, was snatched by the current Mrs. World Caroline jury at the stage itself. Caroline said that she cannot keep this crown on her head because she is divorced. During the removal of the crown, Pushpika suffered a wound in her head and had to be taken to hospital.
The Mrs. Sri Lanka program, which is being held at a theater in Colombo, was being broadcast on the national TV channel. However, later when the organizers of the event confirmed that Mrs. de Silva was not divorced. Video of this incident is now being shared on social media. In this, the Caroline jury is seen saying that there is a rule that women who are divorced cannot participate in this competition. So, I am taking this step so that this crown can be given to a woman who is in second place.
The whole incident is injustice and disgrace to him: D Silva
Carolyn then snatches the crown worn on De Silva’s head. During this time, the crown of gold got stuck in D’Silva’s hair and after much effort, the crown came out. Carolyn’s move brought De Silva’s eyes to tears and left the stage. The organizers later apologized to D’Silva and his crown was returned to him. Earlier, De Silva had won the title of Miss Sri Lanka in the year 2011.
De Silva, who was injured during the evacuation of the Taj, was treated at a local hospital. De Silva wrote a post on Facebook and said that the whole incident was an injustice and disgrace to him. She said that she will take action in this matter. D’Silva said that she is separated from her husband but she is not yet divorced. He said, ‘A real queen is not a woman who snatches another’s crown, but rather a woman who silently crowns another woman’s head.’ Meanwhile, Mrs. World Inc. also described Caroline’s behavior as regrettable.